You will need to attend and complete the SB-38 program in California. You need to make an appointment with the DMV and discuss your two prior convictions. Do not mention the interlock in the conversation. The DMV employee will be able to direct you on what you will have to do to be eligble to drive in California. This is not a court issue.
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The California DMV will follow whatever the MA DMV tells them to do. I sounds like you just need to have the interlock device installed. The best thing to do is contact your local DMV Driver's Safety Office. They will be able to inform you on what you need to do to get a restricted license.
It is likely that whatever MA requires, CA will require. You need to schedule an appointment with the CA DMV to see what they will require for you to get a license here. If MA requires the interlock device, CA probably will too. If you didn't complete MA classes, CA will probably require you to complete its second-time DUI class, SB-38. If you completed the MA 2nd DUI classes, then CA may not require you to take them.
This is a DMV issue. The courts generally do not get involved with these types of matters. Good luck.
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